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Global ionospheric total electron content mapping using the global positioning system
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Wind speed measurement using forward scattered GPS signals
Instrumentation and retrieval algorithms are described which use the forward scattered range-coded signals from the global positioning system (GPS) radio navigation system for the measurement of seaExpand
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The 2009 Samoa and 2010 Chile tsunamis as observed in the ionosphere using GPS total electron content
[1] Ground-based Global Positioning System (GPS) measurements of ionospheric total electron content (TEC) show variations consistent with atmospheric internal gravity waves caused by ocean tsunamisExpand
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Sea ice remote sensing using surface reflected GPS signals
This paper describes a new research effort to extend the application of Global Positioning System (GPS) signal reflections, received by airborne instruments, to cryospheric remote sensing. TheirExpand
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Automated daily processing of more than 1000 ground-based GPS receivers for studying intense ionospheric storms
[1] As the number of ground-based and space-based receivers tracking the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites steadily increases, it is becoming possible to monitor changes in the ionosphereExpand
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Retrieval of Ocean Surface Wind Speed and Wind Direction Using Reflected GPS Signals
Global positioning system (GPS) signals reflected from the ocean surface can be used for various remote sensing purposes. Some possibilities include measurements of surface roughness characteristicsExpand
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GPS Signal Scattering from Sea Surface: Wind Speed Retrieval Using Experimental Data and Theoretical Model
Abstract Global Positioning System (GPS) signals reflected from the ocean surface have potential use for various remote sensing purposes. Some possibilities are measurements of surface roughnessExpand
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Detecting ionospheric TEC perturbations caused by natural hazards using a global network of GPS receivers: The Tohoku case study
Recent advances in GPS data processing have demonstrated that ground-based GPS receivers are capable of detecting ionospheric TEC perturbations caused by surface-generated Rayleigh, acoustic andExpand
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Ingesting GPS-derived TEC data into the International Reference Ionosphere for single frequency radar altimeter ionospheric delay corrections
Abstract At the University of New Brunswick (UNB), we have developed the capability to independently produce hourly global total electron content (TEC) maps from Global Positioning System (GPS) data.Expand
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Kalman filter-based algorithms for monitoring the ionosphere and plasmasphere with GPS in near-real time
Abstract Data collected from a GPS receiver located at low latitudes in the American sector are used to investigate the performance of the WinTEC algorithm [Anghel et al., 2008a, Kalman filter-basedExpand
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